Hallelujah Guitar chords Easy – Jeff Buckley (Capo/No Capo)

Here are “Hallelujah Guitar chords by Jeff Buckley”. Easy Hallelujah Guitar chords with capo on 1st fret are C F G Am E7 whereas Hallelujah chords with No Capo are C# F# G# A#m F7. Originally this song is in C# Scale. We have given both w/wo capo versions of Hallelujah Guitar chords by Jeff Buckley below,so its your choice to go with the one that suits you best. Although without capo version sounds more realistic. Also Explore more English Songs here. Enjoy playing Hallelujah Guitar chords with Capo and without capo !!!

Hallelujah Guitar chords by Jeff Buckley

Hallelujah Guitar chords by Jeff Buckley w/wo Capo

Guitar Chords With No CapoGuitar Chords with Capo
C#- 446664C- 032010
F#- 244322F- 133211
G#- 466544G- 320003
A#m- 113331Am- x02210
F7- 130211E7- 020100

Easy Hallelujah Guitar Chords with Capo are:

  • Song Key: C#
  • Tuning: Standard
  • Tempo: 69 Bpm
  • Capo Position: 1st Fret
  • Chords with Capo: C F G Am E7
  • Strumming Pattern: D DUDUD DUDU

(Note: No Capo version is given below this)
Capo: 1st Fret

INTRO

(C).. (Am).. (C).. (Am)..

VERSE 1

(C) I heard there was a (Am) secret chord
That (C) David played
and it (Am) pleased the Lord
But (F) you don’t really (G) care
for music, (C) do you?..(G)
Well it (C) goes like this:
The (F) fourth, the (G) fifth,
the (Am) minor fall and the (F) major lift
The (G) baffled king (E7)
composing Halle(Am)lujah

CHORUS

Halle(F)lujah, Halle(Am)lujah,
Halle(F)lujah, Halle(C)luu(G)uu(C)jah…(Am) (C) (Am)

VERSE 2

Your (C) faith was strong
but you (Am) needed proof
You (C) saw her bathing
(Am) on the roof
Her (F) beauty and the (G) moonlight
over(C)threw you.. (G)
She (C) tied you to
her (F) kitchen (G) chair
She (Am) broke your throne
and she (F) cut your hair
And (G) from your lips
she (E7) drew the Halle(Am)lujah

Halle(F)lujah, Halle(Am)lujah,
Halle(F)lujah, Halle(C)luu(G)uu(C)jah…(Am) (C) (Am)

VERSE 3

(C) Baby, I’ve been (Am) here before
I’ve (C) seen this room
and I’ve (Am) walked this floor (you know)
I (F) used to live (G) alone
before I (C) knew you.. (G)
And I’ve (C) seen your flag
on the (F) marble (G) arch
And (Am) love is not a vic(F)tory march
It’s a (G) cold and it’s a (E7) broken Halle(Am)lujah

Halle(F)lujah, Halle(Am)lujah,
Halle(F)lujah, Halle(C)luu(G)uu(C)jah…(Am) (C) (Am)

VERSE 4

Well, there (C) was a time
when you (Am) let me know
What’s (C) really going (Am) on below
But (F) now you never (G) show
that to me, (C) do ya?..(G)
But (C) remember
when I (F) moved in (G) you
And the (Am) holy dove was (F) moving too
And (G) every breath
we (E7) drew was Halle(Am)lujah

Halle(F)lujah, Halle(Am)lujah,
Halle(F)lujah, Halle(C)luu(G)uu(C)jah…(Am) (C) (Am)

VERSE 5

(C) Maybe there’s a (Am) God above
But (C) all I’ve ever (Am) learned from love
Was (F) how to shoot some(G)body
who out(C)drew you…(G)
And it’s (C) not a cry
that you (F) hear at (G) night
It’s (Am) not somebody
who’s (F) seen the light
It’s a (G) cold
and it’s a (E7) broken Halle(Am)lujah

OUTRO

Halle(F)lujah, Halle(Am)lujah,
Halle(F)lujah, Halle(C)luu(G)uu(C)jah……
Halle(F)lujah, Halle(Am)lujah,
Halle(F)lujah, Halle(C)luu(G)uu(C)jah…..

Halle(F)lujah, Halle(Am)lujah,
Halle(F)lujah, Halle(C)luu(G)uu(C)jah…..

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Hallelujah Guitar chords with NO CAPO:

This is No capo version of Hallelujah Guitar Chords . So no capo is needed.

  • Song Key: C#
  • Tuning: Standard
  • Tempo: 69 Bpm
  • Capo Position: No
  • Chords with Capo: C# F# G# A#m F7
  • Strumming Pattern: D DUDUD DUDU

(Intro)
(C#).. (A#m).. (C#).. (A#m)..

(Verse 1)
(C#) I heard there was a (A#m) secret chord
That (C#) David played
and it (A#m) pleased the Lord
But (F#) you don’t really (G#) care
for music, (C#) do you?..(G#)
Well it (C#) goes like this:
The (F#) fourth, the (G#) fifth,
the (A#m) minor fall and the (F#) major lift
The (G#) baffled king (F7)
composing Halle(A#m)lujah

(Chorus of Hallelujah Guitar chords)
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(A#m)lujah,
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(C#)luu(G#)uu(C#)jah…(A#m) (C#) (A#m)

(Verse 2)
Your (C#) faith was strong
but you (A#m) needed proof
You (C#) saw her bathing
(A#m) on the roof
Her (F#) beauty and the (G#) moonlight
over(C#)threw you.. (G#)
She (C#) tied you to
her (F#) kitchen (G#) chair
She (A#m) broke your throne
and she (F#) cut your hair
And (G#) from your lips
she (F7) drew the Halle(A#m)lujah
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(A#m)lujah,
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(C#)luu(G#)uu(C#)jah…(A#m) (C#) (A#m)

(Verse 3)
(C#) Baby, I’ve been (A#m) here before
I’ve (C#) seen this room
and I’ve (A#m) walked this floor (you know)
I (F#) used to live (G#) alone
before I (C#) knew you.. (G#)
And I’ve (C#) seen your flag
on the (F#) marble (G#) arch
And (A#m) love is not a vic(F#)tory march
It’s a (G#) cold and it’s a (F7) broken Halle(A#m)lujah

Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(A#m)lujah,
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(C#)luu(G#)uu(C#)jah…(A#m) (C#) (A#m)

(Verse 4)
Well, there (C#) was a time
when you (A#m) let me know
What’s (C#) really going (A#m) on below
But (F#) now you never (G#) show
that to me, (C#) do ya?..(G#)
But (C#) remember
when I (F#) moved in (G#) you
And the (A#m) holy dove was (F#) moving too
And (G#) every breath
we (F7) drew was Halle(A#m)lujah

Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(A#m)lujah,
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(C#)luu(G#)uu(C#)jah…(A#m) (C#) (A#m)

(Verse 5)
(C#) Maybe there’s a (A#m) God above
But (C#) all I’ve ever (A#m) learned from love
Was (F#) how to shoot some(G#)body
who out(C#)drew you…(G#)
And it’s (C#) not a cry
that you (F#) hear at (G#) night
It’s (A#m) not somebody
who’s (F#) seen the light
It’s a (G#) cold
and it’s a (F7) broken Halle(A#m)lujah

(Outro of Hallelujah Guitar chords)
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(A#m)lujah,
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(C#)luu(G#)uu(C#)jah……
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(A#m)lujah,
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(C#)luu(G#)uu(C#)jah…..

Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(A#m)lujah,
Halle(F#)lujah, Halle(C#)luu(G#)uu(C#)jah…..

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About Jeff Buckley:

Jeffrey Scott Buckley is his full name. He was born on November 17, 1966 , raised as Scott Moorhead, who was an American singer, songwriter and guitarist as well. After spending a decade as a session guitarist in Los Angeles, Buckley in the early 1990s started playing cover songs at venues in East Village of Manhattan , gradually focusing more on his own music. After rebuffing much interest from record labels and his father’s manager named Herb Cohen, he signed with Columbia, recruited a band, and recorded what would be his only studio album, Grace, in year 1994.

Over the following three years, the band toured extensively to promote the album, including concerts in the U.S., Europe, Japan, and Australia. In 1996, they stopped touring and made sporadic attempts to record Buckley’s second album in New York City with Tom Verlaine as producer.

In 1997, Buckley moved to Memphis, Tennessee, to resume work on the album, to be titled My Sweetheart the Drunk, recording many four-track demos while also playing weekly solo shows at a local venue. On May 29, 1997, while awaiting the arrival of his band from New York, he drowned during a spontaneous evening swim, fully clothed, in the Mississippi River when he was caught in the wake of a passing boat; his body was found on June 4.

Since his death, there have been many posthumous releases of his material, including a collection of four-track demos and studio recordings for his unfinished second album My Sweetheart the Drunk, expansions of Grace, and the Live at Sin-é EP. Chart success also came posthumously: with his cover of Leonard Cohen’s song “Hallelujah” he attained his first number one on Billboard’s Hot Digital Songs in March 2008 and reached number 2 in the UK Singles Chart that December. Buckley and his work remain popular and are regularly featured in “greatest” lists in the music press; in 2004, Rolling Stone listed him at number 39 on their list of greatest singers of all time.

Song Credits:
Artist: Jeff Buckley
Language: English

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